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couple more of ours     first pic sire and dam in middle with 2 pups either side second pic mother middle pups either side

fell/russell/beagle/bull... . are some folk trying to reinvent the wheel.            

Old pic I have .1980 ish 

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Calm down bonny lad, Josh. There is nothing wrong with having 4 dogs and trying to start your own pack. My point was that if you're just starting out with dogs then it would better to try and bring on just 1 dog first. Make mistakes, as we all do, and progress. Then add more to the team. You have an advantage over me. I grew up with working dogs but I was without them for some years, now trying to get back into it. Only got 1 dog now but hoping to add 1 more this year. The advantage you have over me is your age and time available to spend with your pack. Enjoy what you have and keep an open mind.

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Need to get this thread moving again, I know some of you dislike Facebook but on there tonight I saw a pic of a patterdale x whippet and it looked a very handy dog, could turn its hand to various methods of hunting, anybody got one on here and can give us your experiences of that type.

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Ahh just read the guys post its Staff x Whippet, but I still like it, thought it was out of a wheeler patt.

1st x staff x whippet.


I thought that head was a bit big, I still think a good staff or bull cross whippet makes a decent knock about dog, OK slow, but a handy enough dog for knocking about the farm.

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Yea have thought about it, but my whippets are so slight only 18" tts and 20lb and putting a solid lump like him over them don't know about a little frame passing the pups, might work better with one of the larger MB working Whippets


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